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Heart Cut Diamond

Heart Cut Diamond
How to draw a diamond heart?

How would i draw a diamond heart like this http://www.stellarjewelry.com/images/heart_cut_diamond.jpg

No, i wanna draw it =[

I’d be more than happy to draw one for you ^___^ Email me here or at Dreadhead309@gmail.com

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Heart Cut Diamond
Heart Cut Diamond
Heart Cut Diamond

Shape Natural Diamond

Shape Natural Diamond
How much do you think a diamond this small is worth?

Here are the stats:

TYPE: DIAMOND – NATURAL MINED DIAMOND

COLOR: WHITE

SIZE: 2 MM ( Size Tolerance 2.0 to 2.1 mm )

CARAT: .035-.04 CT

CLARITY: SI2-SI3

COLOR: G-H

POINTS: 3-4 PTS.

SHAPE: ROUND FACET

LUSTER: EXCELLENT

HARDNESS: 10

Thank you!

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Shape Natural Diamond
Shape Natural Diamond
Shape Natural Diamond

Square Cut Diamond

Square Cut Diamond

Diamonds are loved the world over for their fiery brilliance. For centuries they have been symbols of love and prosperity. Many young girls eagerly await having a diamond ring on their hands. They have adorned the crowns of Kings and Queens. They come in many shapes and sizes and are very costly to buy. Despite the high price they come with, people still vie to own them.

One of the things that differentiate one diamond from another is the cut of the stone. Diamonds are cut into different shapes from raw crystals. Facets are cut into the top and they are then polished, so that their brilliance can be seen. There are many cuts of diamonds, some more expensive than others. The art of cutting them has graduated from people with simple tools to state of the art techniques. As time went on, unique cuts began to emerge. Some of them even patented. Two such diamonds are the Asscher and the Princess diamonds. They both have a square cut, but their facets are completely different.

How the diamond will be cut depends on the crystal formation that they come from. A round brilliant diamond comes from a formation that has an octahedron shape. Marquis and oval diamonds are derived from formations that have a macle shape.

A common misconception is that diamonds don’t chip or become scratched. This is not the case; so many jewelers take that into consideration. Square cut diamonds can have rounded edges that help protect the stones from chipping. The Princess cut diamond has pointed corners, so if you are fortunate enough to own one, be very careful with it.

The number of facets can also influence the price of the diamonds. The facets allow the brilliance of the diamond to shine through. Light reflects off of them, giving the diamond their sparkling appearance. There are 58 facets in the round cut brilliant stone. If the culet or bottom facet is left out, it will have 57 facets.

There are other shapes of diamond, such as the emerald cut. If it is cut from a clear stone, it makes an exceptional polished gem. Much like its name suggests, the stone is cut in a rectangular shape and its facets are long and flat.

A unique diamond is the Asscher. It’s a patented stone that appears to have a spider web in the top. It is similar to the emerald shape, but it is square.

The shapes don’t stop there. There is the oval shaped diamond that comes in the shape that its name describes. The marquis is a highly faceted diamond, with a long flat cut. This type of cut will allow the maximum carat weight to be retained.

There is also the pear or tear shaped diamond.

There are many other shapes of diamonds, many of them are custom. You get see them in the shapes of butterflies, or hearts or just about anything you can imagine. Whatever the shape, everybody wants one.

Gregg Hall is an author living in Navarre Florida. Find more about this as well as Diamond Engagement Rings at http://www.diamondsden.com

Square Cut Diamond
Square Cut Diamond
Square Cut Diamond

Heart Loose Diamond

Heart Loose Diamond

Loose diamonds can be cut into a variety of shapes. The most popular are round brilliant cut, princess cut, oval cut, cushion cut, emerald cut, radiant cut, marquise cut, pear cut, trillion cut and heart cut. The most admired shape available in every possible quality and size is the brilliant heart cut diamonds. There is no denying that every diamond is beautiful in its own shape and cut, but some seem to glitter more than others. Customer’s education is important when buying a loose diamond, as it usually can be a once in a lifetime experience. It is advisable to do a complete research for loose heart diamonds, because the more people know, the better diamonds they can get for their money. Each diamond approximately takes several hours to several months of cutting and polishing, to reveal its fiery brilliance. Loose heart diamonds can be set into amazing pieces of jewelry. However, not every diamond is equivalent, so people need to recognize a variety of elements that make each of them valuable than another. When it comes to loose diamonds, quality is what matters more then quantity.

When considering buying loose heart diamonds what matters is the cut, and shape that people prefer. The carat weight, clarity, and color are the factors that make each stone completely unique. The 4Cs help interested people to determine the value and the beauty of a Loose Diamond and also help search the perfect loose heart diamond.

It is advisable for everyone to know the standards behind diamond certification, in order to buy the best. Certified loose diamonds are an opportunity to hand select a unique gem. People generally buy diamonds on certain occasions. The sentiment behind each diamond purchase is seen in the radiance of the stone. Certified diamonds are considered to hold a strong advantage over other varieties.

Loose heart diamonds are always treasured, whether they are set in engagement ring or a solitaire pendant.

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Heart Loose Diamond
Heart Loose Diamond
Heart Loose Diamond

White Loose Diamond

White Loose Diamond
Can anyone please provide suggestions for buying a diamond? Any jewelers or gemologists out there?

Hello,
I am looking to get engaged very soon, and I see on the internet that there are so many facets to buying a diamond. Color, Clarity, Cut, percentages, etc. I am looking at a princess cut and a white gold setting, but am not sure what is a good diamond and what is not. The loose diamond I looked a yesterday was 90pt, measures 5.19-5.17, 74.9% 78%, SI2, H, Pavillion 61%, and it was $2850.00. Is this a good deal? What type of questions should I be asking when I walk into a jewelers? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!

Let me just say one thing about it… there are no bargains in buying a diamond. Like buying a mattress, you really do get what you pay for. If a diamond has good clarity and color, with few faults, it will be expensive. If you find a “cheap” diamond, it has flaws. No two ways about it. So you need to decide what you can spend, and what kind of diamond you want for it.

I spent just under $5000 on a nice marquis cut diamond that was 1/2 a carat and had very few faults. Your diamond likely has a number of faults, since it is nearly a carat and is only 2850. But maybe it looks just fine. It’s really up to you.

White Loose Diamond
White Loose Diamond
White Loose Diamond

Color Natural Diamond

Color Natural Diamond
Is deep purple the rarest of natural colored diamonds?

I am aware that red and green are at the top of rarity when discussing fancy natural color diamonds . But what about a deep royal purple .?

Fine pure red diamonds are by far the rarest in nature. The largest recorded is the Moussaieff Diamond which weighs 5.11 cts. and was cut from an 11 ct. rough stone from Brazil by William Goldberg Diamond Corp. in the form of a Trilliant. The finest colour red diamond is simply known as The Red Diamond. It is a 5.04 ct. emerald cut stone of the most magnificent blood red colour. It is lucky to be in existence as it was found inside a 33 ct.piece of black bort rough which was bought for $160 for crushing into polishing powder but the owner, Mr. Houtakker sent it to Amsterdam for cutting out of curiosity after a comment made by Sir Ernest Oppenheimer aroused his interest – a very lucky move!!
Purple diamonds are very rare and the colour is never good, at best it is purplish red, grey or pink. These comments only apply to NATURAL, UNTREATED diamonds and not lab created stones which are being turned out in an amazing range of colours.

Color Natural Diamond
Color Natural Diamond
Color Natural Diamond

Color Round Diamond

Color Round Diamond

Choosing a diamond is an extremely personal decision. The most important part of choosing a diamond is to choose one that appeals to you personally. The first rule when choosing a diamond is to make sure it is accompanied by a grading report. Choosing a diamond is as important as learning how to buy a diamond. While choosing a diamond you should consider these factors shape, cut and clarity. Remember that choosing a diamond is not an exact science. For most people, the most important consideration when choosing a diamond is price. True, choosing a diamond is all up to the buyer’s taste, but an expertÂ’s opinion definitely counts. The hardest part in choosing a diamond is not what you thought, itÂ’s only over when you find someone special enough to present one to. Step one in choosing a diamond is learning about them, it costs nothing, but could end up saving you a bundle. Choosing a diamond is one of the most important decisions of your life.

If they are colorless, they usually don’t alter a diamond’s clarity. Clarity is an important factor that can be “stretched the farthest” when choosing a diamond. When looking at clarity, many diamonds have what are known as inclusions. Your objective is to find a diamond of the highest clarity possible. The 4Cs – Cut, Carat, Color and Clarity play a very important role in choosing a diamond and determine its value. The fewer the inclusions the diamond has, the greater the clarity and the more valuable the diamond. Alternatively, a stone may be cut well, but have poor color and clarity. Two diamonds can be of equal carat-weight, but if the cut, color and clarity are different they can be less then a single cut diamond with better quality. The number, size and location of these inclusions determine the stone’s clarity. A cut that is poor will make the diamond look very dull even if the color is of high level. Another vital grading characteristic in diamonds is their clarity. One of the most important characteristics of a diamond is clarity, if the clarity is not good you could see carbon or inclusions in your diamond jewelry. A diamond with outstanding color and clarity will not sparkle as it should if the stone is not cut to interact properly with light.

What to think about before buying a diamond of any particular shape. Shape refers to the overall outline of the diamond when viewed from the top. Most people are interested in the shape and carat when people are choosing a diamond, people should also consider the cut and color. The most commonly purchased type of diamond is the round diamond. Once the diamond’s shape has been determined, facets are cut.

Many experts name color as the number one consideration in choosing a diamond. The simple round cut diamond is better at hiding flaws or yellow color. Color is very important when choosing a diamond. The best color for a diamond is no color at all. The most valuable diamonds will have very little color. The method in which diamonds get there color is when the diamond is compressed with a lot of pressure which creates a red, pink or purple hue. Diamonds with outstanding clarity and color will not twinkle if the cut is not done to properly interact with light. But its variety and depth of color still make it a unique piece of jewelry anywhere.

A diamond ring is a sign of commitment to the person you intend on spending the rest of your life with, so choosing a diamond is a momentous occasion.

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Color Round Diamond
Color Round Diamond
Color Round Diamond

Color Diamond Engagement

Color Diamond Engagement
Which is more important in an engagement ring/diamond…color or clarity?

I know both are important, but which is “more valuable”, color or clarity? I’m looking at buying a diamond/engagement ring that has a color rating of E and clarity rating of VS2, or a diamond that has a color rating of F and clarity rating of VS1.

Cut is actually the most important. But since you aren’t factoring that in and are only concerned with these two, they are equal in importance. That said, unless you are going to have your ring held against stark white paper 24/7, no one will notice the color and unless you are a professional jeweler, you won’t be sitting down with one of their high powered magnifying glasses to analyze it. So you would be fine with either since the differences really are not noticeable to anyone other than a professional. The average person on the street is not going to judge you for your ring, nor do they know what to look for. They’re going to look at it and say/think “ooh! sparkly!” and move on.

Color Diamond Engagement
Color Diamond Engagement
Color Diamond Engagement

Style Round Diamond

Style Round Diamond
what hair style works best for a diamond/round face?

I have a round face and have tried all different kinds of hairstyles. The best I find is longer hair with layers. Shorter hair on a round face gennerally tends to make the face look “rounder”. Adding length elongates the face.

Style Round Diamond
Style Round Diamond
Style Round Diamond

Round Black Diamond

Round Black Diamond
Is it possible to put a Mitsubishi Black Diamond TV on AV mode without the remote control?

I have a ~4 year old Black Diamond TV but no remote control. (It got broken, of course.) I want to connect my Xbox 360 to the TV but I can’t find a way to get the TV on AV mode without the remote control. Does anyone know of a way round this or am I going to have to shell out for a universal remote?

A universal remote is only $5bux why not have one. But sometimes if you hold down BOTH the chanel or BOTH the volume buttons on the tv it will bring up the menu that should let you change the source to AV. Good luck

Round Black Diamond
Round Black Diamond
Round Black Diamond